I brush yet have bad breath!
from MSN Health
THE DENTIST SAYS: "Most bad breath is caused by bacteria, so when you brush — which should be morning and night, and after lunch if possible — make sure to clean the roof of your mouth, the insides of your cheeks, and your tongue, because the skin can harbor bacteria. It can also linger between teeth, so follow with flossing. And be sure to drink water throughout the day: a dry mouth breeds a more aggressive type of bacteria. If you can't brush after lunch, swish some water around your mouth or pop a piece of sugar-free mint gum to remove at least some of it from your teeth."
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